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- Stabilize yourselves, South Floridians. It's going to be quite breezy for the next few days.
- Tornadoes, as usual, were a frequent visitor to Florida in 2020, verifying the state's title as the national leader for tornadoes per 10,000 square miles.
- South Florida could have its coldest Christmas in 21 years, according to forecasts. Lows could dip into the 40s in most areas on Dec. 25 with wind chills in the upper 30s.
- Cooler air is forecast to seep into South Florida starting late Thursday and into Friday from a cold front trailing a storm that dumped record snows on the northeast U.S.
- Broward County is expecting wind chills in the upper 30 and lower 40s overnight Tuesday. As a result, the county is opening shelters for the 比特币交易价格行情homeless to escape the cold weather.
- Wind chills are expected to be in the upper 30s tonight and Wednesday night as a cold spell grips the region. Broward shelters will be open, the county said.
- A cold front is expected to move through South Florida, causing temperatures to drop to the mid 60s, with lows plummeting into the 40s and 50s through midweek.
- After a cool Tuesday morning, even colder is coming to South Florida Wednesday. And it's not the "South Florida cold" with temperatures in the 50s, this is legit cold with temperatures in the 40s and possible wind chills in the upper 30s.
- Bust out those Ugg boots and pleather jackets: a strong cold front will deliver South Florida’s first frigid temperatures of the season through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
- Bust out those Ugg boots and pleather jackets: a strong cold front will deliver South Florida’s first frigid temperatures of the season tonight through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
- Faced with the double threat of the busiest hurricane season in history and the COVID-19 pandemic, here's how South Florida's weather personalities like Lauren Olesky, Phil Ferro, Jacqui Jeras, Vivian Gonzalez and Betty Davis rose to the challenge.